Not quite an answer to your question, but you might take a gander at a
blog post Dan Chudnov wrote a little while back:
Best of luck, and btw, the fact that you're already posting to
code4lib means you're already well along your way.
On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 11:07, Anne Gresham
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi code4lib folks,
> I'm in my final semester of library school and my first year as a baby
> librarian. At school, I focused on systems and technology, and I'm currently
> running a desktop and mobile site at work. I'm fine with HTML and CSS, and I
> can fumble around in PHP, but I feel very under-prepared for the library web
> developer career I want to have. I was wondering what skills/programming
> languages/experience you think I should be seeking if I want to be able to
> develop (good) interactive online resources/digital collections for library
> patrons and/or staff.
> Thanks for your help!
> Anne Gresham
> Reference Librarian
> Springdale Public Library
> 479-750-8180 | [log in to unmask]